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Congratulations on taking the first step

Congratulations! You have just taken the first step in improving your hearing health. A hearing care professional can help you find a solution that fits your lifestyle.

Now that you have taken the first step, things can start to happen! Together with a hearing care professional, we can guide you on your journey to better hearing and make sure you get the best solution for your lifestyle

What to expect when you visit a Hearing Care Professional?
1. You Talk

On your first visit, you do the talking and we’ll do the listening! We want to hear about how your hearing has changed and understand the challenges you’re facing. Once we do that, we can decide what steps to take next.

2. We Listen

After hearing about your challenges, the next step is a hearing test, which allows us to understand what you can and can’t hear. Once your hearing levels have been established, it becomes eager to figure out what solutions will be best for you, when paired with the struggles you’ve described in your everyday life.

3. Let’s Decide

Taking into account things like your family, work and social life, together we can decide what might be a good solution for you. It’s important that we work together to find a solution that is going to work for your unique lifestyle.

4. Adjusting

Our role doesn’t stop after you’ve decided on a solution. Hearing aids needs to fine tuned to help you hear your best in all situations, and we work to make sure they are customized to fit your needs.

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Hearing test performed in an audiologist's office.

Your First Appointment with an Audiologist

What to Expect

  • At appointment, your hearing care professional will assess your hearing, analyze the findings, and provide tailored recommendations.
  • The evaluation begins with precise measurements of your hearing sensitivity to sounds and speech. This data helps your professional understand your requirements and offer appropriate guidance.
  • The test is done in a controlled environment, such as a sound booth or quiet room, they ensure accuracy. Your task is simply to listen and respond.
 
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Benefits of Treating Hearing Loss

Good hearing is crucial for maintaining overall health as we age. Treating hearing loss through hearing aids offers a range of benefits that can positively impact your social, emotional, and overall well-being. Here are some of the benefits of treating hearing loss:

  • Improves communication and connection with others, keeping you engaged in conversations and fostering social participation.
  • Maintains brain health¹ and supports healthy aging², as recent research shows a connection between hearing loss and cognition decline.
  • Promotes better balance, increased environmental awareness³, and higher activity levels⁴ which can contribute to improved physical well-being.
 

Footnotes

1. Sarant, J., et al. (2023, July 16-20). Cognitive Function in Older Adults with Hearing Loss: Outcomes for treated vs untreated groups at 3-year follow-up [Conference presentation]. AAIC 2023 Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands. 

2. Taljaard, D. S., Olaithe, M., Brennan‐Jones, C. G., Eikelboom, R. H., & Bucks, R. S. (2016). The relationship between hearing impairment and cognitive function: a meta‐analysis in adults. Clinical Otolaryngology, 41(6), 718-729.  

3. Negahban, H., Bavarsad Cheshmeh Ali, M., & Nassadj,G. (2017). Effect of hearing aids on static balance function in elderly with hearing loss. Gait Posture, 58:126-129. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.gaitpost.2017.07.112 

4. Dawes, P., Cruickshanks, K. J., Fischer, M. E., Klein, B. E. K., Klein, R., & Nondahl, D. M. (2015). Hearing-aid use and long-term health outcomes: Hearing handicap, mental health, social engagement, cognitive function, physical health, and mortality. Int J Audiol, 54(11), 838–844. https://doi.org/10.3109/14992027.2015.1059503